CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Colin Graham has joined Sepsis Research in October 2018 as the charity’s first Chief Operating Officer. Colin is a charity sector veteran with 21 years experience. He is responsible for developing awareness of the charity, and overseeing its fundraising and marketing strategy and developing strategic partnerships. Prior to joining Sepsis Research, Colin worked as the CEO, Cancer Support Scotland, Area Fundraising manager for Breast Cancer Care, Head of Fundraising for Erskine Hospital and started his career as a fundraiser for Macmillan Cancer Care
Kirsteen has been involved with Sepsis Research since the beginning, volunteering and fundraising whether acting as a support driver for the “48 hour West Highland Way training walks, being part of the support team for the Great Scottish Swims or organising a number of fundraisers for the charity. She knew Fiona for over a decade prior to her death. Kirsteen became Fundraising Coordinator in 2017 and in that role, she supports the charity on a day to day basis, supporting fundraisers, general administration for the charity and boosting our sepsis research and awareness campaigns.
Media and public relations support for Sepsis Research is by Brian Currie, of Brian Currie PR & Media. He is one of Scotland’s most influential journalists and commentators and brings a wealth of experience and contacts to the charity. Brian has more than 40 years’ experience in newspapers, television and radio covering politics, news and current affairs and sport making him one of the most familiar names in Scottish journalism.